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This is still wrong! If you compile this code on a system where _WIN64 is defined then the generated code will return TRUE from the Is64BitWindows() function. However if you then run that same code on a 32 bit system it will still return TRUE and your program will most likely fail. You need to understand the difference between compile time and run time tests.
Just say 'NO' to evaluated arguments for diadic functions! Ash

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